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Reviews of Reviews: The Week of March 9th, 2015

By Johntalbott

Monday-Tuesday, in A Nous Paris, Philippe Toinard reviewed the aforementioned Augustin in the 14th, giving it 3/5 dots.
Tuesday in Le Fooding, they reviewed Antre in Bidart.
Wednesday in Figaroscope, Emmanuel Rubin, in his Hache Menu, went to the aforementioned L’Entree des Artistes in the 9th, open only at night.  Then he followed with his usual five reviews giving 4 hearts to the previously mentioned franco-nippon Dersou in the 12th and three to Petrossian Rive Droite, 106, bd de Courcelles in the 17th,, closed Sundays, running one from 40 E up for items such as Russian herring, croque-monsieur with caviar and a pavot-seed dessert.  Garnering 2 hearts were the South American La Cevicheria in the 2nd and the Italianate La Petite Table in the 3rd.  A busted heart went to Cartel in the 10th.
Figaroscope’s Dossier this week was written by Hugo de Saint Phalle, Alice Bosio and Colette Monsat and presented places where one can have a nice pairing of food and beverages (wine, cocktails, beer, etc) :
Les 110 de Taillevent
La Fine mousse
Le Triangle
The Beast.
Wednesday, also, Heidi Ellison in Paris Update related two disappointing meals (for both incredible service and not so exciting food) at the previously mentioned Muxu and the Anglo-breakfast place Twinkie in the 2nd.
In an interesting coincidence, both Le Figaro (Alice Bosio) and the FT (Tim Hayward) in their weekend editions, had articles on the globalization of French food.

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